Fire & Public Safety
The County of Maui’s www.mauirecovers.org website provides important updates on recovery efforts, including re-entry to impacted areas, safety information for those returning to their property, fire debris removal, maps and data, water and wastewater, recovery phases and information on financial and housing assistance.
The County of Maui’s www.MauiNuiStrong.info website provides updated information on relief efforts for those impacted by the Maui wildfire disaster and for those who want to lend their support. It also features important links and resources for residents, businesses and visitors.
To protect and preserve life, environment, and property.
The Department of Fire and Public Safety provides emergency and non-emergency services for the islands of Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and Kahoolawe and the surrounding waters.
The Department has 14 fire stations throughout the County of Maui. There are 10 fire stations on the island of Maui, three fire stations on the island of Molokai, and one fire station on the island of Lanai.
- Maui County Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Program
In this program, the Maui Fire Department will work with community leaders to reduce the impacts of wildfires within their community.
- Administration and Maintenance
- Fire and Rescue Operations
- Fire Prevention Bureau
- Training, Health and Safety
- Ocean Safety
- Fire Station Locations
- Fire and Public Safety Commission
- Fire Incident Report Request Form
- Junior Lifeguard Program
- Kahuola/Kahu'aina Award Program
- Community Event Participation Request
- Station Tour Request Form
- Smoke Alarm Maui Program (SAM) Information and Application
- 2022 Maui Fire Department Annual Report